Miranda Lambert Warns Fans Of Cookbook Scam
Miranda Lambert’s new cookbook Y’all Eat Yet: Welcome to The Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen is out today (4/25), and already her team has warned fans about a scam involving the new release.
They posted a message to Twitter warning fans, “Hey yall. Please be aware that there is a scam going around promising to send you Miranda’s new cookbook plus a cookware set for free if you pay for shipping. This is NOT legit, and we are working to shut it down.”
They continued, “You can order the book online from official sellers at yalleatyetbook.com. And Miranda’s cookware line, Wanda June Home, is available only from Walmart.”
See that tweet here.
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Lambert said of her new book in a statement, “What started during the pandemic as me, my mom and her friends staying close, made me realize all the ways food brought us together for laughter, projects, escaping and even tough stuff. Then I thought, ‘Wouldn’t making one of those spiral-bound church cookbooks be cool?'”
She added, “But once I got started, I realized with all that living, these women – beyond mom, Neicy, Heidi, and Vicki, there’s my grandma Nonny and her friends – really created a world that shaped who I was. That’s how Y’all Eat Yet? became so much more than just their recipes! It became a book about chasing my dream, how we live life and bring people together.”
Miranda continued, “Good food nourishes the heart and the soul as much as the body. It doesn’t have to be fancy or hard to make; just something that tells people how loved and welcome they are. By stripping things down to the basics, whether it’s the holidays, glamping, or just sitting around playing songs, you can make being together special without much fuss. That’s how I was raised and try to live!”